Balearic Islands holidays
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When: To make the most of your holiday, we recommend you travel in the height of the season, July and August. You’ll be greeted by islands that are full of tourists looking for a good time.
Where: Ibiza for partying, Menorca for relaxing and Majorca for everything else in between! Stay on any of the islands in the Balearics and you will have a great time.
Why: Because the Balearics offer you the opportunity to have any type of holiday you want, from relaxing and exploring to partying.
When: Whenever you want to holiday really! The climate throughout the year is warm, at its hottest in July and August, when the islands are at their busiest. Ibiza is best experienced when the atmosphere is at its biggest, so between June and September would be ideal.
Where: Well, there is no question about that one. Ibiza and Majorca are both perfect for groups of friends looking for a holiday that you’ll be remembering for years … and maybe even bringing up at a wedding or two!
Why: Why travel hours on a plane when you can escape for a week or two of partying in just a few hours? Short flights, warm sun and a friendly atmosphere – need we say anymore?
When: Avoid the rush of tourists and travel in May or September. You’ll be sure to get a spot on the beach without being trampled on. Always a bonus, right?
Where: Majorca is perfect for sunbathing or exploring historical sites, Menorca is perfect for relaxing whilst Ibiza has the party atmosphere. Tell us what you fancy and we’ll go from there!
Why: Romantic walks, secluded coves and local intimate restaurants are all you need for a relaxing break and thankfully, the Balearic Islands have all the above in abundance. Oops, there’s one more thing you might need … don’t forget your better half!
When: The best time to book your holiday is between May and September when the sun is warm and the beaches are busy, allowing the kids to make friends whilst you relax … the only thing you’ll need to do is soak up the rays and be an unbiased judge at the sandcastle building competition!
Where: Menorca is one of the quieter islands with beautiful beaches, tourist attractions and waterparks, plenty to keep the kids busy, we’re sure you’ll agree. We’d recommend you avoid Ibiza or Magaluf in Majorca … they’re for the more grown up kids.
Why: Short flights, sandy beaches and family-friendly complexes are the reasons why you should try out the Balearic Islands.